1928-S Standing Liberty Quarter, PCGS MS67FH CAC
“Giiiiiirl, you look so good, I can’t even.”
I believe the preceding is what goes for a deeply flattering comment these days, and this lovely SLQ certainly deserves it.
The difference in price between a 1928-S 25c and a 1928-S 25c FH in high grade is substantial. PCGS suggested retail price for the 28-S SLQ in MS63 is $350, and in MS63FH the suggested retail price is $225. No big deal, right? When you get up into the superb-gem level, the gap widens considerably: the 28-S SLQ’s suggested retail price without a full head in MS67? $2,200.
Add an ear hole, three leaves, and a small line … This coin is one of 48 coins certified by PCGS & NGC in MS67, with only 2 higher (both NGC). The PCGS suggested price for our 67FH is $8,750.
What a difference an ear hole makes, huh?